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Annie rocks live

Ani DiFranco’s fans know that her studio albums are a distant second to her live performances, and her latest live release So Much Shouting, So…

High cardboard art

Artist Ann Weber’s exhibit “Balancing Acts” is really not worth seeing. Although the high ceilings and vast space compliments the nine large-scale cardboard sculptures, it’s…

Student concerts

The music department kicked off its series of Thursday night concerts featuring works by returning graduate students. This informal student-run gathering has drawn increasing crowds…

Thrilling video

Passion and excitement for contemporary video and film has reached the art department at Mills, as visiting professor Samara Halperin boldly states that video art…

A modern gross out

First there was “Animal House,” then came “PCU.” Now, National Lampoon brings us “Van Wilder,” an updated image of coed college life, newly released on…

Changing landscape

Views of Icelandic horizons are being showcased at the Mills Art Museum in an exhibition of landscape painter Arngunnur Yr. While Yr’s landscapes have certain…

First heritage month speaker a hit

Celebrating Latino Heritage month, Cherrie Moraga, esteemed Chicana playwright, essayist and poet, read from her works to a crowd of supporters in the Student Union…